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Pair of Liberty Shallow Dishes
Matching pair of polished pewter shallow dishes designed by Archibald Knox for the Liberty of London store.
Rectangular in shape with rounded ends and embellished with a typical Knox entrelac design incorporating sweeping stems, leaves and berries.
Each one is complete with its original green glass insert, made by James Powell & Sons of Whitefriars.
The dishes measure approximately 17.5 X 11.5 cm and are marked beneath English Pewter and numbered 0316.